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The Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H router has 300mbps WiFi, 4 Gigabit ETH-ports and 0 USB-ports. It also supports custom firmwares like: dd-wrt, OpenWrt.

Quick links:
Default password/Login
User Manuals
Flashing Custom Firmwares

WBMR-HP-G300H router specifications (specs)

System specs
Cpu: 333 MHz
RAM: 64 MiB
Flash: 32 MiB
Custom firmwares: dd-wrt, OpenWrt
Connectivity
WiFi: 300mbps (bgn)
WAN-ports:
WAN-speed: N/A ()
ETH-ports (LAN): 4
ETH-speed: Gigabit (10/100/1000)
USB-ports: 0

Hard reset instructions for Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H

If your WBMR-HP-G300H router is not working as it should, dropping connections or not being responsive, you should first do a reset of the router to see if the problems persist. Other scenarios where you might want to reset your router is if you've forgotten the password or misconfigured it and can't get access anymore.
Your can reset your Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H in the following way(s):

The 30-30-30 reset

There are no specific instructions for this model yet, but you can always do the 30-30-30 reset as follows:
  1. When router is powered on, press the reset button and hold for 30 seconds. (Use a paper clip or something sharp)
  2. While holding the reset button pressed, unplug the power of the router and hold the reset button for 30 seconds
  3. While still holding the reset button down, turn on the power to the unit again and hold for another 30 seconds.

This process usually works for resetting any router to it's factory setting.
Note: It is worth reading more about how to reset routers with the 30 30 30 reset and what the risks and considerations are when resetting your router this way, instead of just rebooting it.

Default factory settings for Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H

If you have performed a reset of your WBMR-HP-G300H device or not changed the defaults, you should be able to access it with the following settings:

Default Gateway IP: 192.168.11.1 Buffalo login instructions
Default username: root Buffalo router default password list
Default subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default DNS server: 192.168.11.1
Note: If you are using the default settings you should change them to increase security and prevent unathorized access to your network.

User Manuals for WBMR-HP-G300H

Do you still have questions concerning the router that you can't find online? You can always try the manuals where most questions should be answered from the manufacturer. Below are the device manuals available for your WBMR-HP-G300H.

Name Type Size Date
save User Manual (click to download) pdf 4.18 MB Nov. 19, 2010

WBMR-HP-G300H Firmwares

Staying up to date with the latest firmware is a good idea to keep your router even more secure from various security flaws.
If you want to squeeze a little bit of extra functionality out of your router, consider flashing an open-source firmware like dd-wrt, openWRT or LEDE. Flashing a custom ROM can greatly increase the stability and functionality of your old router.
Following are the firmwares that we have identified existing for the Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H:

Flashing dd-wrt on the Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H

Since the WBMR-HP-G300H has 32 MiB of flash memory, you should be able to run dd-wrt with full functionality without having to worry too much about which firmware to use. We haven't find any specific instructions for flashin dd-wrt onto the Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H, but you can read the Installation guide over at dd-wrt to get a clue on how to proceed (As this model is listed as supported).
Note: Always make sure to read the wiki and howtos of dd-wrt before doing any flashing.

Flashing OpenWrt on the Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H

The Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H is supported by OpenWrt according to their Table of Hardware. So flashing OpenWrt onto it should be quite straigthforward.
We couldn't find any specific instructions for flashin OpenWrt on the Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H, but since it's listed in their Table of Hardware as supported, you can head over to the OpenWrt install instructions and read on there.
Note: Flashing custom firmwares is always on you're on own risk. Make sure to read OpenWrt's wikis to understand the risks and how to proceed if something goes wrong.